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  • Abeseimeiban (阿部清明判), Ichikawa, Sakō clans
  • Abekezeni (阿部家銭)
  • Agehanochō (揚羽蝶), swallowtail butterfly, Nishinotōin clan
  • Aizu mitsu aoi (会津三葵), wild ginger (Asarum caulescens) leaves, Aizu Matsudaira clan
  • Arimake kara hana (有馬家唐花)
  • Arimoji (有文字)
  • Chigai bishi (違菱)
  • Chigai daikon (違大根)
  • Chigai kine (違杵)
  • Chigai kuginuki (違釘抜), Asō Tarō
  • Chigai masakari (違鉞)
  • Chigai takanoha (違鷹羽),
  • Chigai yabane (違矢羽)
  • Chūwani chigaikama (中輪に違鎌)
  • Chūwani gosannokiri (中輪に五三桐)
  • Chūwani narabitakanoha (中輪に並鷹羽)
  • Daki gyōyō (抱杏葉), Ōtomo, Tachibana clans
  • Daki kajinoha (抱梶葉)
  • Daki kashira (抱柏)
  • Daki myōga (抱茗荷)
  • Daki Omodaka (抱面高)
  • Daki ine (抱稲)
  • Daki kajinoha (抱梶葉)
  • Daki kashiwa (抱柏)
  • Daki omodaka (抱面高)
  • Eirakusen (永楽銭), Oda, Mizuno, Sengoku clans
  • Fujiwara Clan (Noboru Fuji)= Riseing Wisteria.
  • Futowani masakari (太輪に鉞)
  • Gaku (額) Koide clan
  • Genji kōzu (源氏香図)
  • Gion mamori (祗園守)
  • Gion mamoriku-zushi (祗園守崩し)
  • Gosan no kiri (五三桐), Toyotomi, Hosokawa clans
  • Gohon bone ōgi (五本骨扇), Satake, Ōkōchi clans
  • Gomaisasa (五枚笹)
  • Goshichi no kiri (五七桐)
  • Gyōyō botan (杏葉牡丹), Hayashi, Sayama, Kōda, Shigeta clans
  • Hanabishi (花菱)
  • Hanakage kyōyōbotan (花陰杏葉牡丹)
  • Hanatsuki mitsuaoi (花付き三つ葵)
  • Hana wachigai (花輪違い), Oki, En'ya, Takaoka, Toda, Sase
  • Hidari futatsu domoe (左二巴)
  • Hidari midori (左三ツ巴), Saionji, Utsunomiya, Kii, Kamachi, Okabe clans
  • Hinomaru ōgi (日の丸扇)
  • Hirai zutsu (平井筒)
  • Hiraki kasa (開き傘)
  • Hishimochi (菱持)
  • Hitotsu tabanenoshi (一束熨斗)
  • Hitotsu tsurumyōganome (一蔓茗荷丸)
  • Hiyokuzuru (比翼鶴), Kamachi clan
  • Hōjōke uroko (北条家鱗)
  • Hondake tachiaoi (本多家立葵)
  • Honmoji (本文字), Honda clan
  • Hosowani nozoki kajinoha (細輪に覗き梶葉)
  • Ichimatsu yotsumeyui (市松四目結), Nogi Maresuke
  • Ichimonji (一文字), Nasu clans
  • Ichimonji jimitsuboshi(一文字三星), Mōri clan
  • Igeta (井桁)
  • Igetani mokkō (井桁に木瓜)
  • Ikari (碇),the anchor
  • Ine no maru (稲の丸)
  • Injūchō (因州蝶), Ikeda clan
  • Iori (庵)
  • Ippon sugi (一本杉)
  • Ishimochi (石餅), Tōyama, Itami clans
  • Itōke fuji (伊藤家藤)
  • Itowani kawarikochō (糸輪に変り胡蝶)
  • Itowani uchiwa (糸輪に団扇)
  • Itsutsu rindōguruma (五ツ龍胆), Kuga clan
  • Itsutsu warimanji (五割万字), Yokoyama, Hachisuka clans
  • Janome (蛇の目)
  • Jinuki eirakusen
  • Jūjikurusu (十字久留子),the cross
  • Jūrokuben yae omotegiku (十六弁八重表菊) - Emperor of Japan
  • Jūrokuyou uragiku (十六葉裏菊), Hirohatake clan
  • Jūroku uragiku (十六裏菊), Nashimoto-no-miya Princely House
  • Jūshiben hitoe uragiku (十四弁一重裏菊)
  • Kagekuyō (陰九曜)
  • Kageman jimaru (陰万字丸)
  • Kagetsuta (陰蔦)
  • Kagome (籠目)
  • Kaji (卦字), Kosaka, Miki clans
  • Kakitsu batabishi (杜若菱), Kazanin clan
  • Kama (鎌)
  • Kana wakuzushi (金輪崩し)
  • Kan-ei Tsūhō (寛永通宝), Fukushima clan
  • Kanibami (酢漿草), Nitta, Sakai, Hirano, Hida, Nakazawa, Taga, Akada, Hirao clans
  • Karabishibana (唐菱花)
  • Karahana (唐花)
  • Kasa (傘)
  • Kasa (笠)
  • Kasane hanagata genjiguruma (重ね花形源氏車)
  • Kasane masu (重ね枡)
  • Kashira awasemitsu kasa (頭合三笠)
  • Kawari kikusui (変り菊水)
  • Kawari uchiwa (変り羽団扇)
  • Kayanouchi Jūmonji (榧之内十文字), Itagaki Taisuke(Inui)
  • Kichimoji (吉文字), Mōri, Nagai clans
  • Kikkō (亀甲),the hexagon(s)
  • Kikkōni hanabishi (亀甲に花菱)
  • Kiku fusen ryō (菊浮線綾)
  • Kikusui (菊水), Kusunoki clan
  • Kikyō (桔梗), Toki clan
  • Kiriguruma (桐車)
  • Kiyobu chō (きよぶ 蝶)
  • Kochō (胡蝶)
  • Komochi kikkō (子持亀甲)
  • Konoe botan (近衛牡丹), Konoe family
  • Kuginuki (釘抜)
  • Kujōke fuji (九条家藤), Kujō family
  • Kumihiraizutsu (組平井筒)
  • Kurodake tachibana (黒田家橘)
  • Kutsuwa (轡)
  • Kuyō (九曜), Hosokawa, Sakuma clans
  • Manji (卍)
  • Maruni agehanochō (丸に揚羽蝶), Ikeda, Hiramatsu clans
  • Maruni chidori (丸に千鳥)
  • Maruni chigai chōji (丸に違丁字)
  • Maruni chigai takanoha (丸に違鷹羽), Asano, Kikuchi, Handa clans, Kubo
  • Maruni chigai ya (丸に違矢)
  • Maruni dakikashiwa (丸に抱き柏)
  • Maruni dakimyōga (丸に抱茗荷)
  • Maruni futatsu biki (丸に二引), Akamatsu, Ashikaga clans
  • Maruni hanaken bishi (丸に花剣菱)
  • Maruni hanare kenkatabami (丸に離れ剣片喰), Hirano clan
  • Maruni hidari mitsu domoe (丸に左三巴), Matsumata clan
  • Maruni hidari sangaimatsu (丸に左三階松) Heishi clan Heike, Hira
  • Maruni hitotsu kine (丸に一杵)
  • Maruni hitotsu uroko (丸に一鱗)
  • Maruni ipponsugi (丸に一本杉)
  • Maruni jūnoji (丸に十の字) - Shimazu, Ijuin clans
  • Maruni katabami (丸に片喰), Reizei, Irie clans
  • Maruni kawari iori (丸に変り庵)
  • Maruni kawari sangaibishi (丸に変り三蓋菱)
  • Maruni kenkatabami (丸に剣片喰), Hirano clan
  • Maruni kikyō (丸に桔梗), Oka, Nakamura clans
  • Maruni kumai zasa (丸に九枚笹), Kanamitsu clan
  • Maruni masu (丸に枡)
  • Maruni mitsu aoi (丸に三葵) aka. Mitsuba aoi (三葉葵) - Tokugawa, Matsudaira clans
  • Maruni mitsu gashiwa (丸に三柏), Yamanouchi, Makino clans
  • Maruni mitsu ōgi (丸に三ツ扇)
  • Maruni narabihiiragi (丸に並柊)
  • Maruni sumitate yotsume (丸に隅立四目), Shinozuka clan
  • Maruni nitsuta (丸に蔦)
  • Maruni tachibana (丸に橘)
  • Maruni tekoku ginukibishi (丸に梃子釘抜菱)
  • Maruni tobima izuru (丸に飛び舞鶴)
  • Maruni yotsu ishi (丸に四石) ,Four squares in a circle
  • Maruno uchini mitsuhikiryō (丸の内に三引両)
  • Masu (枡)
  • Matsukawa bishi (松皮菱)
  • Migi mitsudomoe (右三巴), Saionji, Utsunomiya clans
  • Mika zuki (三日月),a crescent. Nonaka, Ōhara clans
  • Mitoke mitsu aoi (水戸家三葵)
  • Mitsu bikiryō (三引両)
  • Mitsu gashiwa (三柏)
  • Mitsu hiōgi (三檜扇)
  • Mitsu ichō (三銀杏)
  • Mitsu ishi (三石)
  • Mitsu kaede (三楓), Imadegawa clan
  • Mitsu ōgi (三ツ扇), Matsudaira clan (Ōkōchi branch)
  • Mitsu oi hiiragi (三追柊)
  • Mitsu uroko (三つ鱗), Hōjō clan
  • Mitsu warinadeshiko (三割撫子)
  • Mitsugumi tachibana (三ツ組橘)
  • Mitsumori janome (三盛蛇の目)
  • Mitsuya (三矢) ,The three arrows.
  • Mittsu gasa (三傘)
  • Mittsu irekomasu (三入子枡), Ichikawa family
  • Mittsu kanawa (三金輪)
  • Mittsu karigane (三雁金), Hanabusa, Shibata clans
  • Mittsu naname karigane (三斜雁金)
  • Mittsu sasarindō (三笹竜胆)
  • Mittsu tachi jikuchigai ichō (三立軸違銀杏)
  • Miyako Todomaru =(Tsuru) (Noboru Fuji)= Riseing Wisteria cadet branch of Fujiwara Clan.
  • Mochi aikutsuwa (持合轡)
  • Mokkō (木瓜), Oda clan
  • Mokkō hanabishi fusen-aya (木瓜花菱浮線綾), Tokudaiji clan
  • Mukai bato (対鳩), Yamamoto, Kojima clans
  • Mukai nami (対波), Aoyama, Oguri clans
  • Musubi karigane (結雁金)
  • Musubi mitsugashiwa (結三柏)
  • Mutsuya guruma (六矢車), Hattori, Yabe clans
  • Nabeshima kebotan (鍋島家牡丹)
  • Nabeshima kehiashi (鍋島家日足), Fukao, Nabeshima clans
  • Nadeshiko (撫子)
  • Naitōkeuchiwa (内藤家団扇) ū
  • Nakagawake kurusu (中川家久留子)
  • Nakakagemitsudomoe (中陰三巴)
  • Nakakagesagarifuji (中陰下藤)
  • Namiwani kagechidori (波輪に陰千鳥)
  • Nejikikyō (捻桔梗)
  • Nejimukō ume (捻向梅)
  • Nihachigaku (二八額), Koide clan
  • Nihonsugi (二本杉)
  • Nijōkefuji (二条家藤), Nijō clan
  • Nobori fuji (昇り藤)
  • Ojikini-sanmoji (折敷に三文字), Kōno, Hitotsuyanagi clans
  • Omodaga (沢瀉)
  • Ōnakaguro (大中黒) - Nitta Yoshisada
  • Onizuta (鬼蔦)
  • Roku monsen (六文銭), Sanada clan
  • Sagarifuji (下藤), Kujō, Naitō clans
  • Sakura (桜)
  • Sakura fusenryō (桜浮線両)
  • Sanadake zeni (真田家銭), Sanada clan
  • Sanbonsugi (三本杉)
  • Sangaibishi (三蓋菱), Ogasawara clan
  • Sanmonsen (三文銭), Watanabe clan
  • Sasarindō (笹竜胆)
  • Sendai izasa (仙台笹), Date clan
  • Shimazu jūmonji (島津十文字), Shimazu clan
  • Shiro ichimonji Kuro ichimonji (白一文字 黒一文字), Yamanouchi
  • Soroi futatsu hikiryō (揃い二つ引き両)
  • Sumiatate yotsumeyui (隅立四目結い), Sasaki, Rokkaku, Sō clans
  • Sumikiri hanabishi (隅切り花菱)
  • Suzugohei (鈴御幣)
  • Tachi aoibishi (立葵菱)
  • Tachibana (橘)
  • Tachi kajinoha (立梶葉)
  • Tachi omodaka (立面高)
  • Tachiaoibishi (立葵菱)
  • Tachibotan (立牡丹)
  • Tachika jinoha (立梶葉)
  • Taikō giri (太閤桐)
  • Taikyokuzu (対極図), Yasuoka clan
  • Takanoha (鷹の羽), Falcon Feathers (鷹の羽, Takanoha?) is the emblem of the Kubo (久保, Kubo?) Family.
  • Takeda bishi (武田菱), Takeda, Baba clans
  • Tooyamake fuji (遠山家藤)
  • Tsurunomaru (鶴の丸), Hino, Yanagiwara clans
  • Tsuta (蔦), Kiga clan
  • Uchiwazasa (団扇笹)
  • Ume (梅)
  • Umebachi (梅鉢), Maeda, Sugawara, Takatsuji clans
  • Uraki kubishi (裏菊菱)
  • Uranamisen (裏波銭)
  • Wari daikon (割大根)
  • Waribishi (割菱), Takeda, Baba, Imai clans
  • Yagyū gasa (柳生笠), Yagyū clan
  • Yamato zakura (大和桜)
  • Yamabishi (山菱)
  • Yamani kasumi (山に霞), Yoshida, Ikehara clans
  • Yanagisawa Hanabishi (柳沢花菱), Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu
  • Yattsu chōji (八丁字)
  • Yoko mokkō (横木瓜)
  • Yonezawazasa (米沢笹)
  • Yotsu Hanabishi (四つ花菱), Matsumoto family, Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu
  • Yotsu Meyui (四つ目結)), Sasaki, Kyōgoku clans
  • Yotsume mon (四つ目紋)
  • Yottsu ikari (四碇)
  • Yottsu ishi (四石)
  • Yottsu matsukawabishi (四松皮菱)
  • Yuki (雪),the snow.

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